FanDuel Week 10 Lineup: Best Player Picks In DFS Fantasy Football


We’re approaching the NFL’s stretch run, and if things aren’t looking too hot in your regular fantasy football league, you might want to give FanDuel’s daily games a shot.

Check out our Week 10 FanDuel lineup below.

Quarterback: Eli Manning, New York Giants ($7,600)
Manning finally found his groove last week with a huge four-touchdown game against the Philadelphia Eagles, and he has a pretty solid home matchup Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, who gave up 458 passing yards to Kirk Cousins in their last contest.

Running Backs: Melvin Gordon, San Diego Chargers ($8,300); Mark Ingram, New Orleans Saints ($6,300)
Gordon rushed for a career-high 196 yards and a touchdown last Sunday, and he should find plenty more room to run against a Miami Dolphins defense allowing 136.1 rushing yards per game.

Ingram worked his way out of Sean Payton’s doghouse with 173 total yards and two touchdowns in Week 9. While he still might split carries with Tim Hightower, Ingram is a good bargain play against a surprisingly lenient Denver Broncos run defense.

Wide Receivers: Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers ($8,500); Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals ($7,200); Jarvis Landry, Miami Dolphins ($6,800)
Evans has put up monster numbers this season, and no defense has allowed more fantasy points to opposing wideouts than his Week 10 opponent, the Chicago Bears.

Fitzgerald should see plenty of action coming off a bye against a porous San Francisco 49ers secondary that’s allowed 18 receiving touchdowns in eight games.

The Dolphins’ new run-heavy approach has hurt Landry a bit, but that could change Sunday in a matchup with the San Diego Chargers, who have been stiff against the run (3.8 yards per carry against) but vulnerable against the pass (279 passing yards per game against).

Tight End: Tyler Eifert, Cincinnati Bengals ($6,100)
Eifert’s 12 targets in Week 8 were second only to A.J. Green, as he looks fully caught up to speed after missing the first six games due to injury.

Kicker: Mason Crosby, Green Bay Packers ($4,600)
Opportunities should be aplenty for Crosby against the Tennessee Titans, who are allowing 25.1 points per game. The Packers also have scored 26 points or more in three consecutive games.

Defense: Los Angeles Rams ($4,600)
Ryan Fitzpatrick and the disaster that is the New York Jets’ offense lead the NFL with 19 turnovers, making the Rams a nice bargain play in Week 10.

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